5 thoughts on “RIP John Lennon :(”

  1. Very true, I always forget that perhaps because I am a bigger Lennon fan ( I am a Germs fan though, I have their complete anthology) and because he is more famous. I usually forget both actually, but the media always reminds me. It’s funny you bring this up at the time Darby’s death was widely overshadowed by Lennon’s. RIP Darby and John!

    P.S. does anyone know whatever happened to that What We Do Is Secret biopic?

  2. Dimebag Darrell died on this date too, but I don’t think you can place him or Darby Crash in the same league as Lennon. I mean musically what he contributed is always up for debate but as a icon Lennon was truly an International treasure, over 225,000 people went to centeral park the next day to mourn his death, presidents are lucky to get that kind of numbers. Not saying the man was a saint, he represented alot of things to alot of people, but besides maybe Elvis I can’t think of a muscians whose death was more impactful on America or the world.

  3. I agree completely with you Andrew and I’d say Lennon is number one in terms of impact and just about anything else for that matter.

  4. The Nixon Administration apparently had its eye on Lennon so I think that’s proof enough that he had more of an impact than Darby Crash. Christine O’Donnell also didn’t mention Darby Crash when she spoke of the “three tragedies” of December 7th – which are, she said, Pearl Harbour, the death of Elizabeth Edwards, and the extension of unemployment insurance benefits!

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